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It may be time to replace your insoles. It’s best to change your insoles every 500 miles, or 6-9 months. Learn how to choose the best shoe inserts in our quick video, whether you have a high arch or need a flat foot design.

Corrective Toe Exercises for hammer toes, toe cramps, bunions, plantar fasciitis, arch strain, foot cramps, and pain in the ball of the foot

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Choose, Lace, and Replace Your Running Shoes Based on How You Run

Some great information in this INFOGRAPHIC: CHOOSE THE RIGHT RUNNING SHOE FOR YOU‎. Actually I'll be using this advice for my replacement running shoes for the half marathon I'm running in Sept.

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Are Your Shoes Making You Fat?

How your shoes (like flip-flops, heels, flats, and sneakers) cause back pain, foot pain, and neck pain

PUX Shoeless Arch Supports, Pair :: Foot Health :: Heel Pain / Plantar Fasciitis :: Foot / Arch Supports :: FootSmart by randi

choosing the correct running shoe for your foot is key. I've gotten shin splints from running in improper [for me] running shoes before.

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High-Heel Hazards [INFOGRAPHIC]

High Heel Hazards. Those high heels may look good but they can cause many different kind of health issues; foot pain, leg pain, back pain and more.

Struggling with arch pain caused by plantar fasciitis or other conditions? Find foot health solutions that can offer relief at FootSmart. Choose from expertly-selected products that massage and support feet, stretching aids, insoles, wraps, shoes and more.

SI Joint Stretches | Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome | Freedom From Pain Institute, #joints, #stretches #sacroiliac #pain

According to the 2012 National Foot Health Assessment, a full 78% of adults report having experienced foot pain at some time in their lives. How much

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Relieve Your Sore Feet in 15 Minutes

Pinner wrote "Wall V-Stretch Lie on your back with your bottom a few inches from a wall and your arms out. Place your heels on the wall with your legs forming a wide V. You’ll feel a gentle pull in your inner thighs. Overly tight inner-thigh muscles can overload the arches of your feet, so this stretch can relax them when they’re cramped. Plus, elevating the legs reduces swelling"

Check out our list of the top 10 foot problems: Achilles tendonitis, bunion, corn or callus, athlete's foot & onychomycosis, flat foot, ingrown toenail, plantar warts, hammertoe, Morton's neuroma, plantar fasciitis / heel pain

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Feet Are Getting Bigger, and Many People Wear Shoes That Don't Fit Right

The average shoe size is up about two sizes since the 1970s, according to a study released last month from the College of Podiatry.